All United States citizens or permanent residents are eligible to be members of USBF. Any of them may join the USBF by completing the online application form and may become an Active Member by paying dues. A non-citizen who is a permanent United States Resident may become a Resident Member by completing an application form, being approved by the USBF Board of Directors and paying dues. Active and Resident Members have the right to play in USBF tournaments and to vote in USBF elections.

If you are applying for Resident Membership, you must complete the Resident Member application. This application must be sent to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., who will forward it to the USBF Board for action. The USBF Board must approve your application before you can become a Resident Member. You will receive an email from an actual person (not automated) that will tell you the date of the USBF Board meeting at which your application will be considered. After that meeting, you will be told whether your application has been accepted or rejected or if there is additional information the Board needs to decide on it. If your application is accepted, you will be instructed to log on to this site to register and pay your dues.

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